Long suffering motorist

SINCE the advent of the speed camera on our roads, various agencies have extracted millions of pounds from the long-suffering motorist. Little is known where all this money has gone, but it certainly has not

SINCE the advent of the 'speed camera' on our roads, various agencies have extracted millions of pounds from the long-suffering motorist.

Little is known where all this money has gone, but it certainly has not gone to creating an alternative to the 'speed camera'.

With the progress of technology, I am sure it is not beyond the wit of man to devise a system whereby all vehicles are fitted with a limiter, to operate at various speeds set by a radio signal from a position on the side of the road.

All vehicles would be restricted to the prescribed limit and nobody would be sent speed tickets in the post.


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There is one snag to this idea however. Would the economy be able to survive without the revenue from the motorist?

JOHN HAYES - Atlantic Road South, Weston

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